Immigration Lawyers Freak as DHS Allows Agents to Enforce Long-Ignored Laws

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Pro-migration groups are complaining as the Department of Homeland Security streamlines rules to help officials enforce long-ignored laws about illegal immigration, work visas, visa overstays and welfare.

The enforcement effort is being readied by the department’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency, which is rolling out a stream of rules and regulation to clarify the responsibilities of agency officials, and the obligations for students, temporary visa-workers, employers, illegal migrants, people who overstay their visas, and various lawyers.

The reforms could have a huge impact because roughly half of all new legal immigrants — about 500,000 people per year — are approved via the USCIS agency’s “Adjustment of Status” process. Also, USCIS agents conduct many of the “Credible Fear” interviews which decide if illegal migrants can stay in the United States.—More…


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